Appendix carry is a popular position for toting your everyday carry pistol. However, many concealed carry practitioners do not opt to carry their pistol in this position. Oftentimes, people cite discomfort as a primary reason behind this decision. There are several ways to alleviate discomfort and become accustomed to appendix carry.
I recently switched my everyday carry pistol. I wanted something with a single stack magazine and a slimmer profile, that was easier to conceal . Ultimately, I decided on the Walther PK380. Once I picked up my new pistol, I needed to find a comfortable good quality holster.
I’ve owned several different belly bands, and they have all broken down, many within months of usage. Therefore, I was looking for a durable solution when I came across the ComfortTac Belly Band Holster and decided to give it a chance.
Some concealed carry practitioners frown on deep concealment methods. Oftentimes, the added time required to un-holster your weapon is seen as less than ideal. However, deep concealment techniques, like this compression shirt from 5.11 Tactical, make hiding your pistol much simpler.
If you prefer to wear your everyday carry pistol on your hip, but find IWB holsters to be a bit uncomfortable, then look no further than the Blackhawk Serpa OWB holster. I picked this holster up for my P250 and I couldn’t be happier with the performance and durability.